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                                    Madhavi Sood is a contemporary Indian poet. In this exclusive interview with BookChums, she discusses her writings, passions and other interests. From the Silence Within is her first collection of poetry.   Thank you for finding the time to do this interview with us. Tell us about the inspiration for your poetry collecti...
Post by: Kabita Sonowal
    Many writers put pen to paper because they have a story to tell. However, author of four bestsellers,If God was a Banker (novel), Devil in Pinstripes (novel), The Incredible Banker (novel) and I bought the Monk's Ferrari (nonfiction), Ravi Subramanian wrote books for a rather unusual reason. He wrote books for posterity, for leaving behind a legacy.   But once he began writing and did a good job of it, his aim changed drastically. He becam...
Post by: Deepti Khanna
                                       This week, we interviewed Ashok Kumar, author of Human in Khaki (co-authored with Lokesh Ohri). He currently works for the Indian Police Service and he is currently posted as I.G. BSF. He has been a recipient of the UN Medal for his role in the investigation of war crimes in Kosovo. Human in Khaki is his first boo...
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  Ratna Rao Shekar is a writer currently based in Hyderabad. She is also the Editor of Wow! Hyderabad and Housecalls, and has over three decades of experience in Journalism. Ratna had earlier written and edited an illustrated non-fiction book Journey Without a Map (2009). The Purple Lotus and other stories is her first published book of fiction.   When did writing start for you? Now that you have been writing for over three decades, do you recall the first...
Post by: Snehith Kumbla
  On one of her blogs Kiran Manral blogs about fashion, jewellery, bags, shoes, cosmetics, home décor and food. She claims to be obsessed with them all; we are sure most women will understand why… In the interview, the author talks to us about how her first novel The Reluctant Detective was born, why blogging is so much fun and how she founded India Helps (a network of volunteers who work with disaster victims). How was the storyline of The...
Post by: Deepti Khanna
A fiction writer can write about candy floss romances, innocence associated with childhood, issues plaguing the society or simply be a how-it-is writer. This week we speak with Palash Krishna Mehrotra, the author of Eunuch Park (short story collection) and The Butterfly Generation (novel) who chooses not to “write polite books which can be discussed over tea in drawing rooms”. In the interaction, Mehrotra mentions that he likes exploring gray areas without ju...
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Anita Nair is one of the most popular contemporary writers in Indian Writing in English. Her novels, The Better Man and Ladies Coupe have been hugely applauded and translated into 21 languages. Nair reveals how good stories and character driven narratives compel her to put pen to paper. Critics have appreciated your works for delving into the “deepest recesses of man's psyche”. Where do you look for inspiration and how do write about feelings so deep?...
Post by: Deepti Khanna
                                            Lata Gwalani is a multi-faceted individual with several interests and passions. She is a behavioral trainer who specializes in Rational Emotive Behaviour Therapy (REBT) and Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP). In the past she has worked as a Journalist, Copywriter, and Technical Writer. She also c...
Post by: Kabita Sonowal
                                        Debutant author, Upendra Sahani is an individual with varied interests. In this exclusive interview with BookChums, he discusses his first book, Love Cocktail, his interests, and what drives him forward.   Tell us about your days at engineering college. Tell us about the moments of angst, frustration, and...
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This week we interviewed Annie Zaidi who has consciously experimented with various forms of writing. From short stories to non-fiction to scripts to poetry to blogs, she has pretty much done it all. Annie Zaidi takes a break from her constant bouts of writing, improvisation and experimentation to answer questions about her books Crush, Known Turf Bantering with Bandits & Other True Tales and The Bad Boys’ Guide To The Good Indian Girl along with her views on bl...
Post by: Deepti Khanna
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